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What Ever Happened to Tharunka?

On a stroll through campus, I passed by a stand holding copies of Tharunka. They were sitting there …

In Conversation With Graeme Dunstan

When many think of the prominent figures in Tharunka’s history, few mention the name Graeme Dunstan.…

Fucked By God’s Steel Prick: In Conversation With Wendy Bacon

When she first arrived on campus she was lost. On the day of our interview, a frantic phone call wit…

John Niland’s Wasteland

Some say that John Niland was born under a tree at UNSW. His life has, in one way or another, always…

On Richard Neville: Unravelling Tharunka’s Larrikin

For all the words written about the life of Richard Neville I cannot scroll past a black and white i…

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Student in hospital after stabbing at University of Sydney

  A student was taken to hospital around 8:35 am this morning after emergency services responded to an alleged stabbing at the University of Sydn…

Introducing Gamamari

  UNSW’s oldest student publication is leaving its old title, and its traditional print roots, to embrace the digital age, marking a signif…

“For Palestine to be free, we must fight like hell for the living, and more the dead”: UNSW Protest for Gaza

UNSW students and staff stood in solidarity against the unfolding genocide in Palestine at the UNSW Protest for Gaza on June 12th. Approximately 100 p…

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Naarmcore: the commodification and appropriation of multiculturalism

There’s a new trend in Australian youth subculture. It originated on social media platforms such as …

On the benefits of teen-girl rebellion

The teen girl dystopian protagonist archetype is not only realistic; but has positive real-world con…

Acolytes of the barricade

Collage: Anh Noel If you’ve been to a concert recently, you would be forgiven for mistaking it for s…

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